Working with CF, G10, FR4, etc

by goldie

I've got some projects that I need to cut some of these materials for. I'm not sure which ones yet, but I know carbon fiber will be in there somewhere.


I talked to a waterjet guy and he says the jet will leave frayed edges. I had a bunch of blank PCB's that I milled for different things and they cut well and had nice edges on them.

I've never had a piece of Cf I felt like wasting as a test. How well does that work out? Do the edges have lots of strands, or does it cut pretty clean? Is there a chart that shows speeds and feed suggestions for it?


This is probably a not even a question thats worth asking. I'm falling asleep as I type this. So I apologize if it makes no sense.

Posted on Jun 27, 2017, 1:26 PM

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